Classic country singer gets crowds boot-scooting with hits from his extensive catalog, including “Gone Country”
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- One G-Pass to see Alan Jackson, starting from $49
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- How Alan Jackson keeps it country: with a lived-in twang and passion for old-school honky tonk that sounds downright timeless
- How long he’s been keeping it country: for more than 25 years
- Career accomplishments (so far): he’s topped the country charts 35 times, sold more than 80 million albums worldwide, and built a fort in his living room out of all the ACMs, CMAs, and Grammy Awards he’s won
- What he has in common with Paul McCartney and John Lennon: they all wrote more than 20 songs that rocketed to the top of the charts
- What he has in common with Eminem and Pink: his post-9/11 ballad “Where Were You When the World Stopped Turning” put him among the 10 best-selling artists since the inception of SoundScan
- His latest: 2015’s Angels and Alcohol, of which Allmusic.com’s Stephen Thomas Erlewine said “It’s a pleasure to hear a master enjoying his work”
- Greatest hits you’ll likely hear (don’t quote us, he’s got too many): “Chattahoochee,” “Good Time,” “Gone Country”
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